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St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson (KMOX file photo)

Crime Down, Budget Woes Up for St. Louis City Police

Police report crime was down dramatically for March, but now Chief Dotson has major budget problems to deal with.


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Area Housing Prices More Sluggish Than National Trend

Home prices in St. Louis aren’t rising as fast as they are in other parts of the country.


Police interviewing witnesses of a shooting along the Delmar Loop on Saturday, March 31st, 2012. (KMOX/Michael Calhoun)

Minister says Teen Mobs and Violence Symptom of Parental Void

Nance say it could be a “long, hot summer,” unless…


Homeless gather in Lucas Park, downtown St. Louis

Are Surrounding Towns “Dumping” the Homeless Downtown?

City Hall and a minister to the homeless believe the practice is real and ongoing


70-year old John Trapp

New Developments in the Search for Missing Elderly Wentzville Man

70-year old John Trapp was last seen around 4:30 p.m. Friday when he went for a walk.


Alderwoman Phyllis Young with new ward map

Lawsuit Accuses New Ward Map of Gerrymandering

Suit alleges irregular ward shapes were used to shift chunks of land to wards where preservation rules make it easier to condemn buildings


Road construction

Jamieson/44 Detours Still Causing Frustration

Local residents say motorists are using dangerous alternates


Dangerous Way To Stay Cool

Busting into hydrants risks safety


Joyce Tweet

Joyce Tweets for “New Conversation” on Crime

Jennifer Joyce says blame is misdirected


St. Louis -- Aerial

Leaders Tell City: Stop Squabbling

An economic development conference draws advice for the city from around the Midwest.





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